homebrewing gifsicle

gifsicle is a commandline tool for animating gifs. I’ve blogged about it before, and created a simple gui for it to grab animated gifs from a movie. I checked the site for updates today and noticed that there is now a Mac OS X homebrew package. For folk like myself who do not spend much … Continue reading “homebrewing gifsicle”

Commandline gifs: Cartoon The Nitty Gritty

I’ve covered most of this before, but given the news that someone reads this stuff, I though I’d document it a bit more. Prerequisites: ffmpeg, imagemagick, gifsicle, I’ve installed all of these commandline apps via Homebrew. Cartoon Fred’s ImageMagick Scripts: CARTOON. I downloaded this then made it executable using the terminal: chmode +x cartoon I … Continue reading “Commandline gifs: Cartoon The Nitty Gritty”

Taking Command of Gifs

These are some notes on creating gifs and manipulating images on the command line on a mac. I am pretty much at the limit of my knowledge here so some of the details may be sketchy. It seems to me that this allows one to iterate through various ideas quite quickly. I do often take … Continue reading “Taking Command of Gifs”